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The Corn Cockle Milas Rose Queen, 'Agrostemma githago', is a fragile looking but very sturdy plant with delicate pink and white flowers that will delight you all summer. The Corn Cockle looks dramatic when planted in mass and is very tolerant of a wide range of conditions. It will tolerate wind and less than perfect soils. It is the ideal flower for continuous summer/fall show of color. Milas Rose Queen is used as an annual hedge, in the back of a flower border, and for bunches of cut flowers. All parts of this plant are poisonous. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date in cold climates. In warm climates seed in the fall or winter for early spring bloom.
Scientific Name : Agrostemma githago

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